This Old Doll's
Effanbee Dy Dee Baby

Here's Effanbee's answer to American Character's Tiny Tears and Ideal's Betsy Wetsy. All were first made in the early 50s with hard plastic heads and rubber bodies. All were drink/wet dolls. Tiny Tears has holes between the inside of the eyes and the nose that were tear ducts. Dy Dee's identifying feature is rubber ears set into the hard plastic. Some had lambskin wigs and some had molded hais. This one is all original and in excellent condition. Usually the rubber bodies have periched by now and become at least crazed and usually dried out and collapsed. SHe even still has her box.
Value: $250.00+

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